Cubase has been helping artists, producers and engineers around the globe to create a wide range of products for a vast number of years.
Now with the release of version 8.5, Cubase continues to be one...
However, I was also keeping a few fingers crossed that Steinberg would update the app both to solve the technical gremlins and to add support for one or two key new features that Cubase itself now offers.
As regular readers here will be aware, while I’m a huge fan of i Os-based music technology, I do also run a desktop-based music production system.
However, even when using my desktop system, my i OS hardware plays an important role. First, there are some excellent virtual instruments and effects available for i OS and I regularly use these as audio sources for my desktop-based recordings.
Second, I’ll often use my i Pad Pro as a ‘desktop extender’ using software such as Duet Display.
Doug starts off tearing into Retrologue, leaving no stone unturned, then breaks down Padshop, step by step.
Next, Doug gets detailed with the new Comp Tool and shows you the streamlined Audiowarp function.